How Can a Washing Machine Forgive Our Faults?

“It’s against God’s nature to remember forgiven sins. Grace forgets. Period.”

– From God Came Near by Max Lucado

Accept it now, dear reader. No matter what you have done, you are still loved — and forgiven. Why don’t you “Go Through the Washing Machine” of forgiveness.  You can get clean of the past, now!

Just imagine yourself going through a washing machine. Be washed by the soap of new thinking. Churn around in the twister with new action. You can come out bright and new today.

Living and Giving Readers, let’s know this: Once we live in the right, we are clear and clean,  we are pure and forgiven.

Grace (and a washing machine) forget the past!

 

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Max Lucado (born on Jan. 11, 1955) began his career as an associate minister at Central Church of Christ in Miami, Florida before moving to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil two years later to help plant new churches as a full-time missionary. In 1988, he was hired as a minister to the Oak Hills Church of Christ in San Antonio, Texas. However, due to health concerns, he stepped down in 2007 from his position to take on a more limited ministry role of writing & preaching at Oak Hills. Max has a master’s degree in Bible & Biblical Studies, and has written almost 100 books with 80 million copies in print, including three recipients of the Charles “Kip” Jordon Gold Medallion Christian Book of the Year and has also appeared regularly on several bestseller lists including the New York Times Best Seller List. Lucado was named “America’s Pastor” by Christianity Today magazine and in 2005 was named by Reader’s Digest as “The Best Preacher in America”. (God Came Near: Chronicles of the Christ, Portland, Oregon: Multnomah Press, 1987. IBSN 978-0-8807-0206-5., Bio Source: Wikipedia: Max Lucado & maxlucado: max-lucado)

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